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Port Renfrew is wet and a bit wild

Straddling the Strait of Juan de Fuca – named to make immature teenagers and me laugh – British Columbia’s Highway 14, from western Victoria to Port Renfrew and Pacheedaht Territory, surely traces the longest solid yellow line of Canada. We enthusiastically maneuvered wild hills, tight turns, single-lane bridges – and …

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It’s the seed of a good idea – let it grow

Planting a tree looks easy: dig a hole, place a seedling in the hole, fill the hole with soil, cover with mulch and water. But, as Winnipeg finds out, planting a million trees is no small feat. In 2019, Mayor Brian Bowman launched the Million Tree Challenge, which called on …

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Vestal Fire District to hold hearing on station replacement plan

A public hearing is due to take place ahead of this month’s referendum on a $ 7.5 million fire station project in Vestal. The Vestal Fire Department has drawn up a plan to replace a 70-year-old station with a larger, modern facility nearby. The new station would be built west …

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Reality check on the professional front for Aries, family drama for Libra, check out what to expect for your sign

Daily horoscope, December 10, 2021: This Friday, several signs will find themselves going through intense emotional experiences. For Gemini, this day will be devoted to addressing their personal insecurities, while Libra will find itself in a family drama. Aries will face a hard-hitting truth about their career, while Cancers will …

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Overnight Energy & Environment – Presented by ExxonMobil – Dems press drillers on methane leaks

Welcome to the Energy and Environment program on Friday, your source for the latest news focusing on energy, the environment and beyond. Subscribe here: thehill.com/newsletter-signup. Today we are witnessing a House committee demanding answers on methane leaks, green groups seizing their moment on infrastructure advertising spending and what appears to …

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Body found in the parking lot of the bank

Police are investigating the death of a person whose body was discovered in the parking lot of a city bank branch. The body – believed to be a man – was found around 5:15 a.m. near the M&T Bank building at 149 Robinson Street on the city’s East Side. Patrollers …

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Jets excluded by Islanders

A pair of NHL assignments in less than 24 hours for the Winnipeg Jets could not have been more dissimilar. Free to show off their flashy side Friday night against a leaking Chicago Blackhawks team, the Jets found themselves in a trench warfare with the visiting New York Islanders, with …

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How to Use Instagram Secret Police in Stories Texts

Like any self-respecting social network, Instagram (Android | iOS | the web) contains a few tips that the platform itself does not officially reveal to users. One of these functions is the “Papyrus” secret font, which can be used in the stories of the app. The name refers to the …

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A family in difficult times, war

American 8th Air Force Boeing Flying Fortress during a bombing raid over Germany in 1943. 08 October 2021 by Peter McDermott At 22, Gordon Bennett Jr. in a letter thanked his parents for their sacrifices and example. It was 1940, and the ultimate sacrifice was yet to come for the …

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Fall exhibits now on display at the Hilliard Museum

New fall exhibitions are now on display at the Hilliard Art Museum on the UL Lafayette campus. This year’s exhibits are Twenty Years of Marais Press: Impression of a Campus and a Collection; Sanctuary: new works by Linda Alterwitz; Spirit Universe: Master Shen-Long; and Khara Woods: Ax. Each introduces the …

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Social media apps exploit self-esteem issues

Editorial If Instagram came with a security warning, what would it look like? Warning: the people on this app are less perfect than they appear. The popular photo-sharing app became a trending topic last week after a the Wall Street newspaper The investigation found that Facebook, which owns Instagram, not …

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Whitecaps come home with 2-1 win over LAFC

Vancouver Whitecaps Cristian Dajome, above, and Los Angeles FC’s Mamadou Fall collide during the first half of an MLS soccer game in Vancouver on Saturday, August 21, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS / Darryl Dyck Vancouver Whitecaps coach Marc Dos Santos knows there is work to be done – running for …

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NYCFC advocate fined for beautification

New York City FC defenseman Maxime Chanot (4) directs the ball away from his goal against Toronto FC defenseman Omar Gonzalez during the second half of MLS soccer action in Kissimmee, Fla. On Sunday 26 July 2020. Chanot was fined for “simulation” / embellishment “in Saturday’s 2-2 draw against Toronto …

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Sean O’Malley targets Rob Font for next UFC fight

Receive real-time updates straight to your device, subscribe now. Subscribe “Suga” Sean O’Malley delivered one of the most ruthless performances in UFC history this weekend. He landed more than 200 shots against Kris Moutinho over three rounds, dominating the fight and securing another victory for the rising bantamweight record. O’Malley …

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Hard-working host helped put CNN on the cultural map

Larry king, the legend of the broadcast died on Saturday at the age of 87, deserves more credit than he usually gets for helping build CNN and realizing Ted Turner’s bold vision for a 24-hour global news network. In its heyday, King’s interviews “Larry King Live” regularly grabbed the headlines …

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RITL: CoC appeal subject to NCLT opinion on Bank of Doha petition

By Mitali Salian The National Company Law Tribunal ruled on Friday that any resolution passed by Reliance Infratel’s Creditors Committee (CoC) is subject to the court’s decision on the Bank of Doha’s petition. Doha Bank was against the admission of bankers’ claims on the basis of the invoked corporate guarantees …

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